Finland players looked at the numbers and laughed.
They couldn't believe captain Lasse Kukkonen only had five sprints in a game and Petri Kontiola had a whopping 46.
Even better: They don't even know what qualifies as a sprint.
"We were looking at the stats and average speeds and making fun of some guys," forward Oskar Osala said. "How can you have 46 sprints in a game? It sounds like a ridiculous amount of sprints."
At these Olympics, data on speed, acceleration, stopping, distance traveled, shift lengths and ice time is available to teams in what could be the next step for puck and player tracking across hockey, including the NHL....